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Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe

Bungee Jumping at Victoria Falls

With my back to Charlotte and my feet tied together whilst attached to a bungee cord. I was doing a double bungee jump at Victoria Falls.

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How to see the Okavango

The Okavango, one of the world’s largest deltas, is “the river that never finds the sea”. A visit to Botswana should include the Okavango.

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Walking safaris in Eswatini – take a walk on the wild

Walking safaris in Eswatini is a truly memorable experience. The Kingdom encourages you to explore its parks and nature reserves on foot.

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Prickly African Porcupine

If you want to see African porcupine and the elusive honey badger then you need to stay at the wonderful Okonjima Bush Camp.

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Driving in Etosha

Only 160 km wide but it will take you all day to drive across Etosha. Wildlife include lion, elephant, cheetah, rhino & herds of antelope.

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Magical Mkhaya

A visit to Mkhaya, Eswatini, is very memorable; stay in private cottages deep in the bush, track rhino on foot and dine out under the stars.

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Desert rhino tracking in Damaraland

There is something special about tracking desert rhino in Damaraland, Namibia. A sense of anticipation seeing these rare animals in the wild.

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Chobe river safari

A Chobe river safari gives a different perspective of wildlife. Get close up and personal with hippo, fish eagles and elephants.

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Machangulo Beach Lodge – peaceful and inspiring

Machangulo Beach Lodge is the perfect place to relax after being on safari in Mozambique and Eswatini. The setting is gloriously stunning.

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Reed Dance or Umhlanga in Eswatini

The annual Swazi Reed Dance of Umhlanga is a spectacular event; it’s amazing to see how many maidens there are dancing and singing in unison.

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Visit a sangoma in Eswatini

The sangoma greeted us in a serious manner. He took some snuff, snorted it, coughed and then shook a small purse, it rattled ominously.

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Packing for holiday

Packing made easy for your holiday

To make life a bit easier here are some top packing tips from the Sense Earth team to remove the stress from the start of your holiday.

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